Dr. Bob Pokorski, an internist and expert in longevity and life expectancy, joins BuddyIns CEO Marc Glickman in a discussion about a common, universal denial about the likelihood of needing long term care. Watch the video to find out why we are in denial, who tends to be in the worst denial, and why the majority of us will need long term care. Dr. Bob also shares a story of how a financial services professional had to retire early to provide long term care to a family member.
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